The economy has officially bounced back from the recent recession, and even after returning to pre-2008 levels, the stock market continues to climb. Consumer confidence is on the rise, corporate profits are reaching record highs, and even though wages have yet to catch up, most economic indicators look strong and positive for 2015. This includes unemployment rates, which are currently hovering around 6 percent and dropping at about a tenth of a point per month.
So what does this mean for hiring managers? As it happens, great news for the general population sometimes translates into mild headaches for staffing managers. Or, put another way, high unemployment rates can make the hiring process easy, and as unemployment drops and the labor market